The 1981-year group of Zion College, Anloga, led by Mr. Thomas Clarkson Adade, has renovated an old classroom block of the school.

The classroom block, named after Mrs. Charity Zormelo Fiawoo, hence the name Charity Block, has seen a facelift after the year group spent a total of Gh231,487.40p on the classroom block.

The broken floors were completely filled, walkways were worked on, and the entire building was repainted.

“We want to encourage the students to take their studies more seriously and take good care of the charity block,” Mr. Adade said.

The head mistress of the school, Mrs. Nutifafa Abla Kwawukume Dzakadzi, expressed gratitude for the gesture and encouraged other old student groups to support ZICO.

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She added that the work done on the charity block will enhance students’ teaching and learning, including evening studies.

“Our science labs lack materials, the sick bay lacks adequate beds, our canteen too is not big enough to accommodate food vendors, hence scattered on campus, and our boys dormitory too is old and needs a facelift,” Mrs. Dzakadzi lamented.

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Chiefs from the area, the district director of education, and other well-wishers were there to witness the commissioning of the renovated charity classroom block. A wreath-laying ceremony was also held in honor of the first headmaster of the school. Mr. Fiawoo

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Story by Patrick Dzramado || Sandcity Radio


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